Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Oregon community college childcare bill killed at state

A bill that would have provided a one-time grant for every community college in the state of Oregon to start on-campus childcare met its demise in the 2014 Feb.-March regular legislative session.   Written by State...

Christmas gifts on a college budget

Haven’t decided yet what to get yet for that special someone on your Christmas shopping list? Read on for some fun ideas. 1. Go thrift shopping! Thrift stores always have a unique variety of products...

OSU-Cascades COPE in a race against time to get more student involvement

Central Oregon Psychology Enthusiasts is one of the longest-running and most involved clubs at Central Oregon Community College, but it’s having trouble making the jump to Oregon State University-Cascades. When the OSU-Cascades chapter of COPE...

COCC masterplan nearing finish

The current master plan gave the college the Campus Center, Oregon State University-Cascades, and more. What growth will the next one bring? Since 1974, Central Oregon Community College has implemented a new master plan approximately...

Matt Armstead resigns as director of fiscal operations

Student council member Matt Armstead gave his letter of resignation on Nov. 25. Armstead, director of fiscal operations, whose work with the Associated Students of Central Oregon Community College terminates Dec. 9, has “too...

Refresh

Communications are changing and so is the Broadside. The average U.S. millennial (ages 16–30) with Internet access spends 3.1 hours a day on his or her mobile phone, according to TNS Global, a market...

Tuition hike: $600,000 to support student services

Next year, your tuition will increase by 4.6 percent. On April 8, the Central Oregon Community College board of directors unanimously voted to increase tuition for the 2015-16 academic year. The decision to increase comes after COCC went two years...

Campus Word: How much did you spend on books?

                                                                     

AFI’s new album fails to give proper burial to old styles

As the “drowning in eyeliner” emo phase of the alternative rock band AFI comes to an end, they open up a new chapter in their book of music styling. Their style now closely resembles...